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A Mother Was Dying From Coronavirus When Her 6 Children Used A Walkie- Talkie to Say Their Last Heart-Touching Goodbyes


A Mother Was Dying From Coronavirus When Her 6 Children Used A Walkie- Talkie to Say Their Last Heart-Touching Goodbyes |

A mother was dying from coronavirus when her 6 children used a walkie-talkie to say their last heart-touching goodbyes. To know more about the story, check the

Sundee Rutter, a mother of six children, has been in treatment for a long time battling breast cancer. Fortunately, she had a remission in January.

“We were just starting to feel whole again,” her 20 years old son, Elijah Ross-Rutter said

Then, Sundee began to feel sick again in March 2; she had a migraine, trouble breathing, and felt weak. So, Elijah took his mother to the hospital where she was undergoing treatment.

Fortunately, A few weeks ago, Sundee was beating breast cancer. However, she got infected with the coronavirus and her life was on the line.

A Mother Was Dying From Coronavirus When Her 6 Children Used A Walkie- Talkie to Say Their Last Heart-Touching Goodbyes |
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Her condition was so severe that she was dying from the virus and was kept in her room at Providence Hospital. None of her children and visitors were allowed to enter her room so no one can get infected.

It was so hard on the children who have lost their father many years ago and were now losing another parent.

So, the staff wanted to arrange something that will bring closure to the 6 siblings and help them say their last goodbyes to their mother.

So, what did the staff arrange to help the siblings say their last words to their mother?

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